Hotel Edelweis

Address: 39 Evropis, Piskopiano, Crete, 700 14, Greece | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Piskopiano

Knossos

A travel blog entry by patelfamily on Jun 07, 2015

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... was built to lock the Minotaur in. Today there is just some stones and other pieces of rubble but from what I imagined I think the palace would be really impressive especially for something that was built 4000 years ago. Unfortunately a British archeologist, Arthur Evans, in the 1900's found it and tried to recreate the palace how he thought it should be. Modern archeologists now think he got it a lot wrong. At the villa we packed our bags because we are leaving ...

Knossos

A travel blog entry by patelfamily on Jun 07, 2015

3 photos

... Minotaur in. Today there isn't too much left of the palace. There are some parts of the palace still standing though, and, from what I saw, I think the palace would be really impressive. Unfortunately a British archeologist, Arthur Evans, in 1900 had started to excavate the ruins but he tried to recreate the palace how he thought it should be. Modern archeologists now think he got it wrong. Then we went back to the villa and packed our bags ready to leave ...

Day 23 - Heraklion to Pireaus

A travel blog entry by aalljjaamm on May 21, 2015

Up and out for breakfast at Agora: potato and greens omelette, grilled mushrooms, fresh fruit and fresh orange juice. Great breakfast given we were worried we wouldn't find anything other than pastries. Walked to Laura Ashley to but blue and white tiles. Then home to finish packing. Minolas came just before 12 so chatted to ...

Heraklion, Crete, Greece.

A travel blog entry by southernsun on May 21, 2015

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The arrival over Crete was quite spectacular, with steep mountains abruptly rising from the water, some virginal, others very intricately manicured in agricultural endeavour.






Once landed, quite late in the day, I cleared customs using my barely used shiny new British Passport and was officially in Europe. I was now regretting only planning one night here, ...

Heraklion, Crete, 14-16 May 2015

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on May 17, 2015

3 comments, 31 photos

... glass windows so it's brighter and less gaudy than some we've seen.

Close by was St Catherine's Museum which used to be a church belonging to the Monastery of St Catherine on Mount Sinai. The monastery was founded in the 10th century but the church, its main church, was built in 1555. It was attractive from the outside but we didn't go in - we'd seen enough icons and religious collections in the Athens' Byzantine Museum.

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